Since the epidemic, the popularity of adventurous forest hikes has increased significantly, and more and more people have discovered the range of nature trails available in Hungary. Here are some of the places that are worth a visit in winter, as canopy walks are a very different experience from the
In the words of the hosts, “just 50 minutes from Budapest”, Pine Weekendhouse, perfectly composed but still breathing with nature, addresses those who want to relax at the northern gate of Lake Balaton. The boutique inn offers a community space and even a separate, quiet little den, where gastronomy, art
Although sometimes the warm spring rays peek out from behind the gray clouds, unfortunately, for the really good weather, it looks like we will have to wait a while. Nevertheless, on our days off, it is worth going out and taking small and large walks, after all, what could break
Lubiatowo is a small Polish village right on the shores of the Baltic Sea, bordered by white sand dunes and magnificent pine forests. In this fabulous landscape, the three latest, minimalist, noble wood-covered pieces of the Szumilas project holiday homes await guests wishing to relax and unwind. The clean-style cottages
After a gray, tiring and hectic workday, we can’t wait to finally have some good weather and relax in a quiet, intimate place, away from the noise of the city. This Polish lakeside holiday home, with its huge terrace and fabulous panorama, lined with pine trees that reach almost
If we’re to cut trees within the framework of reasonable and sustainable forestry, then the cutting and usage of trees is by far the most environmentally friendly way of producing certain types of products and services. We talked to Péter Csóka about the life cycle of wood and global
Round shapes, graceful curves, larch and plenty of green space: the residential building of the architectural firm FIALA+NEMEC in Prague was inspired by the nearby forest and the sloping terrain.
Taking advantage of the hilly area at the edge of the forest, the designers lowered part of the house
Nomadic sense of freedom and splendor—the free world of glamping conquers more and more places. It is no accident, as it perfectly combines the feeling of comfortable hotel rooms with the wild lust of nature. In our selection today, we present Eastern European places where both the eternal hiker
The forest hideout of the Uhlík Architekti in Prague is, at first glance, just a strange black box sitting on a large rock. However, opening the walls reveals an exciting and compact cabin in which we can hide from the world.
The client of the cabin longed for a quiet
After Vienna and Riehen, nature has recently taken over another cultural institution, now in London. As part of the London Design Biennale, the unique forest installation in the courtyard of the Somerset House will be on view until June 27.
Stage designer Es Devlin, who regularly creates stage installations for
Live trees and blackened pines rescued from fire cover the interior of the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna. The installation created by Superflux, entitled Invocation for Hope, is part of the Vienna Biennale for Change 2021.
As part of the exhibition, Superflux has installed more than four hundred trees
Who would not have wanted a house on top of a tree as a child; a quiet refuge where you can escape from the worries of the world? In the Stromhouse, seven meters above the ground, among the foliage, we can enjoy the peace of nature.
The Stromhouse is located
Love project in Mátrakeresztes—says the slogan of Kabinka, and that’s no exaggeration. Levente Vigh, the initiator and owner of the cabin, fell in love with the area at first sight, and now that the house is complete, we are certain that Kabinka will remain a lifelong love affair
The modular cabin designed by the Lithuanian architects’ studio is like a good hairspray: it stays put come rain or shine.
Its steel-framed structure and walls made of metal sheets may not imply this at first glance, but the building dubbed 019 Cabin, born from the collaboration of Lithuanian architects’
Brutalist harmony in a concrete villa nestled in the woods: the residence of this Belgian family looks contemporary and feels as if it had been standing in the middle of the forest forever.
It’s fascinating how timeless the buildings built in the spirit of Brutalism can feel, and the
This treehouse blends in with its surroundings almost completely, offering a view not only over the forest, but the sheep grazing nearby, too.
Czech architect Jan Tyrpek designed a cozy treehouse on the forested private area of Hrusice near Prague. The aim of the installation-like hut is to bring the
Even though they are located in a typical northern area, the forest cabins of architect studio Rhizome very much draw on coastal landscapes and styles, too.
The forests standing on the shore of Lake Ladoga located in the Republic of Karelia, Russia near the Finnish border truly evoke the coastal
The name of the latest house design of MÁS Építészek feels like a fairytale
already: House with seven walls. The building complex to be implemented near
Csákberény resonates with contemporary trends and client’s needs by also
carrying something primal, rudimentary and mystical at the same time.
Every fairytale has
Located at a 45-minute drive from Warsaw, the cabin advertised as the shelter
for bookworms offers no Wi-Fi, but all the more books.
When we would dive deep into a novel or a piece of literature for our research,
we can get distracted by the flashing screens of our phones
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.